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Anarchism

Anarchism

by George Woodcock

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|November 22, 2004

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To what degree can anarchism be an effective organized movement? Is it realistic to think of anarchist ideas ever forming the basis for social life itself? These questions are widely being asked again today in response to the forces of economic globalization. The…
Patrick Lane And His Works

Patrick Lane And His Works

by George Woodcock

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|February 1, 1985

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Following in the footsteps of his brother, Patrick Lane wrote poetry to escape a life of labour and helped found the small, west coast press Very Stone House in the mid-sixties. This analysis of his work, written by George Woodcock,  explores how his…
Gabriel Dumont
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The struggle of the Métis of the Saskatchewan River against the government of Canada culminated in the Riel Rebellion of 1885-an event of central importance in shaping almost all of the key polarities of Canadian history. If Riel provided the intellectual…
This Side Jordan

This Side Jordan

by Margaret Laurence

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|August 4, 2009

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In 1957, the British colony of the Gold Coast broke free to become the independent nation of Ghana. Margaret Laurence’s first novel, This Side Jordan , recreates that colour-drenched world: a place where men and women struggle with self-betrayal,…
Gabriel Dumont

Gabriel Dumont

by George Woodcock

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|March 25, 2003

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Born in St Boniface in 1837 of French and Indian parentage, Gabriel Dumont's childhood was spent in the Saskatchewan country, where he grew accustomed to the semi-nomadic existence of the Metis. These were the proud days of the Metis nation, when its people…
WM GOODWIN

WM GOODWIN

by George Woodcock

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|October 1, 1989

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"Godwin ... was the inspiring intelligence behind the humanist attitudes of the English Romantic poets and Utopian societies.... his spiritual anarchism is still a relevant concept."--"Vancouver Sun" "The book is brilliant.... interesting reading even if you know…
The Egoist

The Egoist

by George Meredith

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|January 25, 1979

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Virginia Woolf said of The Egoist: 'Meredith pays us a supreme compliment to which as novel-readers we are little accustomed ... He imagines us capable of disinterested curiosity in the behaviour of our kind.' In this, the most dazzlingly intellectual of all…
Journey Through Utopia: A Critical Examination Of Imagined Worlds In Western Literature
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Journey through Utopia is a richly detailed and critically compelling examination of utopian literature, beginning with Plato’s Republic and continuing through to Huxley’s Brave New World. Utopias have been penned with diverse intentions: some as…
L'anarchisme

L'anarchisme

by George Woodcock

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|February 5, 2019

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The Orwell Tapes

The Orwell Tapes

by Stephen Wadhams

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|October 12, 2017

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The author of Animal Farm and 1984 was a brilliant, eccentric, complicated man. Born into a comfortable English family and educated at Eton, he was, at various times, a member of the colonial police force in Burma, a tramp, a dishwasher, a critic and journalist,…
Short Dictionary Of Mythology
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A basic dictionary of mythological characters and terms.
Malcolm Lowry: The Man and His Work
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With compassion and honesty, George Woodcock presents Malcolm Lowry: the man and his works. The portrait that emerges depicts a series of complex and destructive relationships that lead to an existential exploration of alienation, exile, and identity and to what…
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